Mission District/The Castro/Haight-Ashbury

Mission District Murals – Don’t miss the street art on every corner as you stroll through the Mission District. Make sure to check out the Balmy and Clarion alley murals in particular.

Mission Dolores Park – Palm trees give shade to lush green lawns in one of San Francisco’s most popular parks bordering the Mission district and the Castro. (415) 831-5500.

The Castro District
– Rainbow banners line the streets in The Castro, San Francisco’s historic LGBT neighborhood packed with trendy restaurants and bars. (415) 834-5067

The Castro Theatre
– The historic movie palace exhibits a stunning white façade on the outside, and inside, it hosts classic movies and special productions. (415) 621-6120

GLBT History Museum – Explore a century of queer history including photos, art, artifacts, and audiovisual recordings at the GLBT History Museum. (415) 621-1107

Haight-Ashbury – The neighborhood of Haight-Ashbury was the epicenter of 1960s hippie culture, home to Janis Joplin and the Grateful Dead. Explore its trendy restaurants, secondhand shops, and local history.
Buena Vista Park – Get lost among the oak trees of San Francisco’s oldest park and seek out views from the tops of steep trails. (415) 831-5500.

Alamo Square
– Soak in the view of San Francisco with a leisurely picnic in the park surrounded by the stunning Painted Ladies Victorian homes that make up Postcard Row, also known as the site of the popular TV show “Full House”. (415) 621-3260

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Hyatt Centric Fisherman’s Wharf
  • Transit: Powell-Mason Cable Car to Market Street Muni Metro, 30-40 minutes
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555 North Point Street, San Francisco, California, USA, 94133

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